Imagine that your daughter is playing Fortnite, and a troll in another country joins the game and begins sexually harassing her. Imagine that your son is watching his favourite video gamer livestream an e-sports game, and the streamer begins to shout obscenities.
Disruptive behaviour like this has become routine in video games. The system that guides the appropriateness of content on these platforms is obsolete, and children who play video games are exposed to inappropriate and abusive behaviour.
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